West Ham have been told to get real if they want to sign Robert Snodgrass.
According to a report in The Standard new boss Marco Silva is hoping to retain the Scottish internationalist but has refused to rule out a possible transfer.
Last week Hull rejected a £3m offer for Snodgrass who they recently activated a 12 month extension for.
Rather than use the extension as a declaration of intent it’s believed that Hull are simply looking to ensure a proper valuation for their leading scorer.
It’s believed that Hull have put a £10m valuation on the midfielder who missed over a year of action after signing from Norwich City in a £6m deal.
Slaven Bilic is a big fan of the 29-year-old and will increase his offer if Chelsea succeed in their attempt to sign Michail Antonio.
Snodgrass has scored seven times in 18 Premier League appearances and also grabbed a hat-trick in Scotland’s 5-1 win away to Malta in a World Cup qualifier.